Loaded with vitamins and a good source of bone-building calcium, spinach makes a great base for a healthy salad. Try tossing fresh spinach with strawberries, mixing it with sliced turkey and dried cranberries, or selecting one of our many other spinach salad recipes for a refreshing light meal.
This simple chicken salad can be made up to two hours ahead.
Bagged spinach helps makes this fruit and vegetable salad super easy to put together.
Grain salads can sometimes be a bit heavy, but this one is surprisingly light-tasting, thanks to a tangy yogurt-mint dressing, crisp apple chunks and fresh spinach.
Looking for a pretty salad to round out your holiday menu? Try this spinach combo with its bright balsamic vinaigrette dressing.
Toasted walnuts act as croutons for this fruit and spinach side salad.
When preparing this five-ingredient side dish recipe, splurge on a specialty bacon for additional flavor.
This 30-minute warm bean salad is rich in flavor and fiber. Tomatoes and wilted spinach add vibrant color.
A tangy mustard dressing tops spinach, walnuts, and two kinds of apples in this fresh-tasting and easy 15-minute salad.
Figs, walnuts, grapefruit, spinach, and chevre make up this easy high fiber side salad recipe.
The hint of the grill comes from the smoked chicken or turkey in this main-dish salad.
Toasted bread and nuts go well with the warm pears in this healthy spinach salad recipe.
Turkey, fruit, and vegetables make this main dish spinach salad a complete meal.
This quick, high-fiber side dish goes well with grilled chicken or beef. Make it when asparagus, basil, spinach, and fennel are at their best freshest best with bright green colors.
Crunchy walnuts and a dressing made with walnut oil and molasses set this apple and spinach toss apart from ordinary side-dish salads.
A hard boiled egg and some kidney beans add protein to this main-dish salad. Sunflower seeds add a little fat to keep you full.